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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Tips and do's and don'ts on Staging Your Home When You Have Pets, Keeping Potential Buyers and Your Pets Happy

Friday, October 25, 2013

There's lots of spook-tacular Halloween Fun to enjoy in Markham Ontario this weekend! Check it out but beware...

Safety Tips for Homeowners, Protect Your Property from Vandalism Before Trick-or-Treaters Come Knocking

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Here's your chance to get in on a real estate opportunity that is sure to be a hit! Upscale condos for students in Waterloo in easy walking distance to 2 Universities (last 3 releases sold out). Check this out!

The internet makes it easier than ever to begin shopping for a new home online. You can research neighbourhoods, home prices, and begin to determine which home features are important to you.

This might be my 45th year in a row attending the Markham Fair! As a father of two, being well prepared for a day at the Fair guarantees a good time. So I've put together an iron-clad plan for a successful day for everyone!

North of Unionville's Main Street is a favourite spot of many nearby residents - Toogood Pond Park. It's right behind Unionville Public School between Carlton & Kennedy, this park spans more than 82 acres & is the perfect place for a walk or a picnic.

Greenpark's newest creation - These beautiful high-style condos offer singles, couples and families a healthy lifestyle with state of the art fitness centre, and much more!

Getting ready to sell? Along with adding a new coat of paint, there are some specific improvements you can make to your home that will pay off more than others.

Buying a new home begins with determining your "must haves" versus your "would be nice to haves". This list will help you to prioritize what's really important to you and make home-buying easier.

Friday, June 28, 2013

Whitchurch-Stouffville's Annual Strawberry Festival is definitely a fun time for the whole family. Parade, live entertainment, carnival and games, vendors, great food, and fireworks for the finale! What else could you want?

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Emerald green was named colour of the year for 2013 by Pantone. This lush green is lively and radiant and is perfect for adding luxury to any room in your house.

Great hiking trails and picnic sites, lots of wildlife, safe and beautiful! We love this pristine park and go there often!

Established as Markham Township in 1793, Old Markham Village was officially renamed in 1828. And in 2012, the Old Village is the perfect location for that savvy home-buyer in need of a stylish home with character.

The Cachet community is a small, prestigious village located slightly northwest of Unionville and west of Angus Glen.

A merge of Markham and Unionville, Markville literally has it all! With major shopping and mature neighbourhoods with well-established schools, Markville might just be the most convenient place to live in Markham.

The Bank of Canada kept its trend-setting Bank Rate at 1.25 per cent on January 17th, 2012. This marks the 11th consecutive policy meeting in which borrowing costs have been left unchanged.

Markham's popular "New Urban" Cornell continues to attract new buyers. Lots of green space, friendly neighbours, and public transit make this a great place to live!

Milliken Mills is one of Markham's oldest neighbourhoods. There's so much to see and do including Milliken's very popular Children's Festival held each year in early September.

After hearing many friends rave about this new "raw" restaurant on Main Street, I figured it was time to give it a whirl. Well, I have to say that I was very impressed with most things.

One Park Place Condominiums ~ The ONE place to be in Downtown East Toronto! Built by Daniels Corporation, the award-winning builders who are behind the stunning revitalization of Regent Park in the downtown east side. Suites start in low $200,000's.

6th Annual Shania's Sunflower of Hope Spring Fun Fair is this coming weekend at the Markham Fair Grounds! This fun filled day is in honour of Shania Johnston who died of neuroblastoma at the age of 8. All proceeds go to benefit neuroblastoma research.

There are all kinds of fun ways to celebrate Easter Weekend in Markham and Unionville...Egg Hunts, Easter Parade, Festival, and arts and crafts galore! Check it out!

Earth Day is this Sunday, April 22nd, and what better way to spend it than to plant 10,000 trees! Come out and help plant native trees and shrubs along the Rouge Valley to help support wildlife habitat restoration.

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